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vector autoregression; change point; quasi-maximum likelihood
In the paper a sequential monitoring scheme is proposed to detect instability of parameters in a multivariate autoregressive process. The proposed monitoring procedure is based on the quasi-likelihood scores and the quasi-maximum likelihood estimators of the respective parameters computed from a training sample, and it is designed so that the sequential test has a small probability of a false alarm and asymptotic power one as the size of the training sample is sufficiently large. The asymptotic distribution of the detector statistic is established under both the null hypothesis of no change as well as under the alternative that a change occurs.
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